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“HITS and GRINS” is a trio of talented writers/performers from Nashville who present an extremely entertaining evening filled with great stories, hit songs and comedy. Their songs have been recorded by George Strait, Alabama, Rhonda Vincent, Ray Stevens, Colt Ford, Reba McEntire, Cledus T. Judd and many others.
Don’t miss this one of a kind “in the round” acoustical and intimate musical experiences that will move you, tickle your funny-bone, and make you want to come back for more.


 
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"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Saturday from 6-8pm central.

Grinder House Productions presents "Ground N The Round" with host Jamie Adamson.  Every month, Jamie will make the expedition up the Plateau and will introduce us to some of the best writers in all of Tennessee. He has shared stages with some and written songs with many. The stories are enthralling, tapestries woven into song. So intimate, it's like being in your own living room.

May's Special Guests include Andrea Goodman, Jason Goolesby and Jason Grove.

Jamie Adamson

Jamie Adamson began playing guitar at the age of 13 and like his Grandfather soon was making music on stage. Jamie began playing a snare and hi hat in church along side Ray Thompson from Mobile Alabama and developed that itch that all musicians get! By the time he turned 19 Jamie was playing locally in Mobile at local clubs like Austin's Country Palace, The Wild Wild West, other venues around the south. It wasn't long Jamie was packing his bags and heading north to Nashville where he spent the next 19 years developing his style, his voice, and his writing skills. Jamie shared a stage with greats like Steve Cropper, Jerry Waddell, Blind Mississippi Morris, Mark Collie, Terry Lee Burns, and Steve Saunders. All these talented individuals shared their love for music with Jamie and helped him build a solid foundation that will carry him through the rest of his career. 

Andrea Goodman

Andrea Goodman, began her music career in Bowling Green, KY where she played acoustic shows and provided a fun weekend atmosphere. She also led praise and worship at By the Mark Ministries and sang the national anthem for the WKU Hilltoppers and the Bowling Green Hot Rods. Andrea made the move to Music City in 2014 where she began putting her stories into song. She has been fortunate enough to open for the band Blackhawk, Daryl Worley, Drake White, and Callista Clark.

Andrea hopes to touch the souls of her fans on an international level, with her unique style and personal lyrics. With inspirations from a variation of different genres, including Country, Americana, Folk, Classic Rock, Blues, and Gospel. She released her debut album, “No Man’s Land” in 2019, which displays her life in lyrics drawing from numerous personal life experiences. When asked why she is pursuing music? She replied, "My goal is to take my songs and transform them into strong lyrics with melodies that people across the world can relate to. Anything in addition to that is simply icing on the cake.". Andrea also hosts her own songwriter events at Alley Taps, Live Oak, and various venues across the nation.

Jason Goolesby

Jason Goolesby is a proud native of Dekalb County Alabama–home of the group Alabama. Like many songwriters, his love for music started in a country church where his daddy led singing every service. “I would read the hymnal while I was supposed to be listening to the preacher,” Jason says. “The way they used the words, bent the language to match the music, was beautiful to me. And like all fools, I said to myself, ‘I bet I can do that better.’”

Jason Grove

Jason Grove has always loved music. He started on the piano as a child, and then worked his way up to the banjo, and then picked up the guitar. One of his first musical loves was Bluegrass music, but as he got older, he found himself attracted to the West coast sounds of Haggard, Owens and Yoakam. His other influences include Garth Brooks, Jimmy Buffett and James Taylor. Those influences can be heard in some of his original work. He still loves and writes traditional country music. For Jason, country isn't just a way of life, it's everything he is!

"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Saturday from 6-8pm central.

Few Miles On is comprised of three veteran musicians from Detroit, Chicago and East Texas with a shared love for the Blues. After nearly a decade of live shows and four studio albums of mostly original content the band has developed their own musical style that reflects the soul, energy and power of the music on which they were raised.
The rhythm section features the Motown inspired bass playing of Larry Alder combined with the rock-solid drumming of John Whitehead. Building on that foundation Philip Hall weaves Blues tinged guitar and vocals.
Their live set is filled with rocking shuffles, funky R&B grooves and delta slide tunes. Their music is big and open, simple and melodic. Catch one of their shows and see for yourself why this band is making new fans everywhere they perform!
Few Miles On is a quarterfinalist at the 2020 International Blues Challenge in Memphis. The band has opened for several top shelf artists including: Fabulous Thunderbirds, Walter Trout, Pat Travers, John Nemeth, Albert Cummings and Jackie Venson.

 
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"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Saturday from 6-8pm central.

Noah Kesselman is a Nashville based Blues, Rock, Soul, and Country guitarist and singer songwriter. His smooth but grainy voice compliments his aggressive approach to the guitar. Born and raised in Connecticut and attended the Berklee College of Music. His inspirations include Eric Clapton, B.B. King, Jimi Hendrix, and Keith Urban. Noah’s debut album, “Come My Way” was released on August 21st 2021.

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"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Saturday from 6-8pm central.

For over a decade they were one of Austin’s elite bands, a band that personified Austin's "The Live Music Capital of The World" nickname. The guys were known across The Lone Star State and beyond for an amazing live experience, and such hits as "Keep The Wolves Away," “Everybody Got Soul,” “Pocket Full of Misery” and “Liquor Store.”For over ten years Uncle Lucius relentlessly toured Texas, to both coasts and back. In 2014 the guys took home Best New Band at the Texas Regional Radio Report.The Change" is the debut solo album from singer/songwriter and longtime Uncle Lucius front man Kevin Galloway. "It's a love letter, and a promise to my newly formed family", says Galloway. "My wife and I have two children under the age of 3 now. After touring almost incessantly with a band for over a decade, I've decided to take a different approach. This album is a sincere reflection of my mindset while reorganizing priorities."As for the sound, Galloway and producer Vorpahl call it "Gulf Coast Country Soul". Of the band, Kevin comments, "We put together some great players and they really found something special. It's organic and undeniably in the pocket."

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"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Saturday from 6-8pm central.

The Jenkins Twins (aka Trevor and Trenton Jenkins) have worked for years to craft a sound that seats them squarely on the cutting edge of modern country, pioneering a sort of cosmic Americana that nods to contemporary indie without turning their nose up to golden-age pioneers like The Everly Brothers and Roy Orbison.

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"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Saturday from 6-8pm central.

Melissa Ellis is a singer/songwriter for fans of classic jazz sirens, soulful singers of the 60's, and adult contemporary voices.
Melissa possesses a distinct voice and style that is unequalled by any other. A signature blend of jazz, blues, and blue-eyed soul, her voice packs one serious punch, with a charming southern accent.
She has played and entertained at Grinder House on several occasions and we are also looking forward to her Dec.11th Christmas Spirit performance at Grinder House, prior to the Crossville Christmas parade! Great fun last year! 

 

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"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

Southern Sunrise is a four-man group of musicians who love to bring their brand of southern-fried mix of blues, rock, country, and funk to you and your closest friends. Group members include Kenneth Cope (guitar), Jim Brigham (bass), Travis Humphrey (drums), and Lucas McCoy (guitar). Some notable influences on the group are The Allman Brothers Band, Blackberry Smoke, Eagles, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Gov't Mule, Tom Petty, Pink Floyd, 60's R&B, jam bands, and Stevie Ray Vaughn. Check out their album "Keep On Runnin'" on CD, Spotify, iTunes, Amazon Music, YouTube, or any place you can stream music!!

 

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The Young Fables (TYF) are the promising Modern Traditional Country™ duo comprised of three-time American Idol vet Laurel Wright and Gretsch endorsed guitarist and vocalist Wesley Lunsford. The team is best known for their appearance on USA’s showcase television series Real Country featuring Shania Twain.

 

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Kayley (Hill) Bishop returns to Grinder House to enchant us with her lyrics, her melodic lilting voice and soulful heart. Don't miss her!
Hi. I was raised in east Tennessee and my heart beats like it was made to be tethered to a song. I've always been sold out to music, even as young child, knowing somehow that I would always have a home there. I believe my gifts were extended to me by the savior of the world, Jesus Christ, and I do all I can to shape melodies and work rhymes that would be fitting for His kingdom ears. Lately I've been chasing Aretha's vocal prowess and molding it into a sound that could roll with Steve Miller, Dolly Parton, and Bob Seger, if they were to be daring enough to put their musicality in a pot, stir it around, and call it "country music."
New music is coming, and for me, the closest thing to heaven would be to share all of it on stage before you.

 

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